Bohemian rhapsody karaoke instrumental with lyrics

This page includes the lyrics of all Queen tracks released as instrumental or karaoke versions. The majority of the karaoke tracks are slight edits of the normal album or single versions, and full details can be found on the original album pages. A number of other Queen instrumentals are available as part of the ‘Queen: The Eye’ computer game. Not all MP3’s listed may be the correct versions. Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ releases. This track adds four fingerclicks at the start to introduce the vocals. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘A Kind Of Magic’ album page. Details of the original version can be found bohemian rhapsody karaoke instrumental with lyrics the ‘The Game’ album page.

Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ 2004 DVD only. This version features three piano chords at the start of the track, to introduce the vocals. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘Made In Heaven’ album page. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘Jazz’ album page. This is an instrumental version of the track, but retains the backing vocals.

It features four clicks at the start, to introduce the vocals. Available on the ‘Jazz’ 2011 double disc reissue. This is a fully instrumental version of the track, without any vocals at all, which appears to be otherwise identical to the above version and the album version. The additional time is due to a longer fade out at the end, while the track includes a count-in from Freddie of ‘one, two, three, four’ at the start, extending the track itself to 3:09. Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ releases and the US ‘Artist Karaoke Series’ CD. This track begins with four clicks to introduce the vocal.

The Muppets version of the track, in 2009. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘A Night At The Opera’ album page. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘The Miracle’ album page. The 1998 releases feature four clicks at the start of the track to introduce the vocals, while the 2004 releases feature three piano chords and clicks, followed by a single click. This version features four clicks at the start of the track as an introduction to the vocals. Oh, you gonna take me home tonight?

This is an instrumental version of the single remix, which fades out slightly earlier. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘Flash Gordon’ album page. General Kala: What do you mean, Flash Gordon approaching? Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ releases, and on ‘Greatest Video Hits II’ on disc 2 on the ‘A Kind Of Magic’ menu. This is an instrumental version of the video verson, and so the last two lines of lyrics at the end are sung by the audience. Apparently the Korean ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ CD includes an instrumental version of the album track, lasting 4:07. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘The Works’ album page. What the hell we fighting for?

This is an instrumental version of the single remix, this version features four clicks at the start of the track as an introduction to the vocals. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘Jazz’ album page. And the 2017 ‘News Of The World’ 40th anniversary boxed set.

Details of the original version can be found on the ‘Innuendo’ album page. This version features three clicks at the start of the track as an introduction to the vocals. This is a complete instrumental, with no lyrics at all. Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ 2004 DVD and CD. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘Queen’ album page. Available on a US 12″ single, and on the boxed-set only album ‘The 12″ Collection’. This version is an instrumental remix, and contains excerpts of ‘Ogre Battle’, ‘Going Back’ and ‘Flash’ mixed into it.

This is a fully instrumental version of the track, and the ‘News Of The World’ boxed set features neither. This version features three piano chords at the start of the track — details of the original version can be found on the ‘Queen’ album page. The 1998 releases feature four clicks at the start of the track to introduce the vocals, which is a drum solo as the music dies down, available on the ‘A Night At The Opera’ 2011 double disc reissue. Which includes the ‘ooh, and on ‘Greatest Video Hits II’ on disc 2 on the ‘The Miracle’ menu. What the hell we fighting for?

Available on the ‘Radio Ga Ga’ 12″ single. This is an instrumental version of the album version, but replaces the section from 3:31 to 3:51 with the section from 2:04 to 2:23. This is an instrumental version of the album version, but fades out earlier. The 1998 ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ version features four clicks at the start of the track, while the 2004 version features a piano chord, three piano chords and clicks, followed by a single click. Available on the ‘Queen II’ 2011 double disc reissue. This is a complete instrumental version, which features elements from the original takes of the track, with the original ending, which is a drum solo as the music dies down, without the ‘beside the seaside’ singalong. It features a very small amount of dialogue from Freddie at the start and end. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘Queen II’ album page.

The 1998 versions and the 2004 DVD fade out earlier, omitting some of the outro. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘A Day At The Races’ album page. Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ releases, and the 2017 ‘News Of The World’ 40th anniversary boxed set. As the original mastertapes were apparently lost, elements of the track come from a different take, especially around the guitar solo. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘News Of The World’ album page. Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ releases, and on ‘Greatest Video Hits II’ on disc 2 on the ‘The Miracle’ menu.

This track also appears in the ‘Queen: The Eye’ video game, but the outro lasts slightly longer, extending the length to 4:22. An edited version of the track also appears on the ‘Live At Wembley Stadium’ 2003 DVD, which loses the middle section from around 2:27 to 3:42, lasting 3:05, and contains the single lyric ‘I still love you’. This is an instrumental version of the video of the track, so starts with a drum crash as the guitars begin. Apparently the Korean ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ CD features a slightly longer version, which is an instrumental version of the single version, lasting 3:44. Available on the ‘A Day At The Races’ 2011 double disc reissue. This is an instrumental version of the single version of the track. It has been remixed slightly, sounding more polished, and includes a short bit of dialogue at the start and end. Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ releases, and on ‘Greatest Video Hits II’ on disc 2 on the ‘Hot Space’ menu.

All of the vocals in this version are sung by David Bowie. The 1998 ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ release and ‘Greatest Video Hits II’ feature a single fingerclick at the end, while the 2004 ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ releases feature thirteen fingerclicks, which extend the length to 4:04. Details of the original version can be found on the ‘Hot Space’ album page. Available on the ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ releases, the 2017 ‘News Of The World’ 40th anniversary boxed set, and the US ‘Artist Karaoke Series’ CD. The 1998 ‘Greatest Karaoke Hits’ version features three clicks at the start of the track, while the 2004 version features three piano chords, and the ‘News Of The World’ boxed set features neither. This is a straight instrumental version of the album track, retaining only the backing vocals.

Available on the ‘A Night At The Opera’ 2011 double disc reissue. This is similar to the above version, but has been remixed slightly, with the ‘bell’ keyboard sounds more prominent, and other slight changes. It also features a short bit of dialogue at both the start and end, and a short cymbal intro. The ‘Days Of Our Lives’ DVD and Blu-ray includes an edit of this track on the ‘Subtitles’ menu from around 0:56 to 1:18 and then 0:56 to 1:12, which includes the ‘ooh, still come back to you’ verse twice, omitting the ‘happy at home’ line the second time, lasting 0:38. This page includes the lyrics of all Queen tracks released as instrumental or karaoke versions. The majority of the karaoke tracks are slight edits of the normal album or single versions, and full details can be found on the original album pages. A number of other Queen instrumentals are available as part of the ‘Queen: The Eye’ computer game.

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